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The Future Eaters
(Virginia Tech, 2006)
The 20% ecological overshoot in 2002 took 20% more natural resources than the Earth could regenerate. This overshoot is considered a measure of how humankind is _eating its future. Exceeding the planet s carrying capacity ...
(International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2005)
Emergency situations require more resources than normal operations. If human society does not address environmental problems effectively before they reach the emergency stage, life from then on will be in a sustained ...
(Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences, 2008)
The day will probably come when descendants of the human race will look back at the planet their ancestors lived on and view it as a paradise compared to the hostile, alien planet they will inhabit then. The genus Homo has ...
Ecological Overshoot is Suicidal
(EcoRes Forum, 2009)
December 19, 1987 marks the first day that humankind began living beyond its means and created a deficit for that year. Every year since 1987, humankind has had an ecological overshoot, or used more resources than the ...